In this the third story in his Arthurian epic, T. A. Barron adds a thrilling new dimension to the legend of Merlin.
- This wasn't as good as the first two. It suffered from middle book syndrome.
- Not a lot happened in the story. If all the fluff and traveling was taken out, this would be a very short book.
- Merlin is so dumb.
- I really liked Hallia and Eremon. They were fun new characters, and I just like the whole idea of deer people.
- I don't think the dragon was evil, and I'm glad that was addressed.
- There was a lot of traveling back and forth, and I just felt like if Merlin had done things in order, he wouldn't have had to travel as much. It would have saved time. He should have gone after the Galator first, like people told him too!
- I want a horse like Ionn!
- I wish there had been more dragon parts.